'Unis as a whole are on an accelerating trajectory into an uncertain future.' Jack Goodman shares his insights of the 'winners and losers' of this year's national Universities Australia Higher Education Conference, and points out that many questions still remain unanswered.
Both university and TAFE degrees are important. Jack Goodman addresses Ross Gittins' opinion on whether there is a best way for graduates to get a job, and points out that there is a missing piece in tertiary education.
Our world is changing so quickly that we need to figure out how to make the next generation capable of adapting within their own lifetimes. Here are three simple and small ways to become aware of the importance of breaking habits.
Australia is currently experiencing a national decline in students enrolling in STEM subjects, and performing poorly by international standards, causing fear that today’s students are ill-prepared for the future.
Jack Goodman reviews the new documentary 'Most Likely to Succeed', a film about a group of teachers and students experimenting with a radical rethink of how teachers should teach and how students learn best.